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Spring is here!!! Some tweeds in action :D 

 

 

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Many Thanks jhcam8.
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I would like to share some of my outfit. I do not take part in this forum often because my low English level. Thanks.






Dont worry about that. Lots of people in this forum that do not have English as their first language. Very nice fits, I especially like the brown sc with the blue checks. What brand is it?
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Don't think I ever posted in this section. Surely it is not my "chosen field", and these are just work fits so kind of boring in comparison to what some can do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nice suit.  That Panta tie (I've got the same one) is beautiful with mid-blue.

 

Isn't the vest a touch short, however?  The trouser waistband is visible.  Also, why is the top button not buttoned?

 

Still lovely and thumbed. 

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Many Thanks jhcam8.

Don't worry about your language skills here, Andres. The pictures speak for themselves.
Cheers,
Jim
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Thanks, Ac2.  Yes, the trousers/vest relationship is a touch off, but I think it's the trousers that are the culprit--I wish they had a higher rise. In a dream world, I'd MTO some Sal trousers in this fabric, but I rarely wear the vest so it's seldom an issue.  

 

Not sure why I didn't button the top button, to be honest.  

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Spring is here!!! Some tweeds in action biggrin.gif 
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Fantastic Tom - love your Westie, too!
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Don't think I ever posted in this section. Surely it is not my "chosen field", and these are just work fits so kind of boring in comparison to what some can do.
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Excellent business attire, Francks.
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Looking good, merick.
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Many thanks for your compliments diplomatic ties. The jacket was made for a Spanish tailor called Lopez Aragon. Regards.
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[...] the trousers/vest relationship is a touch off, but I think it's the trousers that are the culprit--I wish they had a higher rise.[...]

 

 

Indeed.

 

The current fashion for low-rise trousers coupled with the current fashion for shorter jackets and vests makes it hard to find a properly proportioned three-piece suit off the rack.

 

We live in troubled times, friend ... ;)

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Don't think I ever posted in this section. Surely it is not my "chosen field", and these are just work fits so kind of boring in comparison to what some can do. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

It's good to see you here, Francks. As a regular lurker on the other side of the fence, I really like what you do over there and am not surprised that you have a good foundation for CM as well.

With your eye for detail and proportions, I'm sure you've already got a pretty good idea of where things could be improved in the fits you posted, but in my eyes you'd be better served with slightly longer jackets, wider ties (first one looks fine), and better tie knots as a start. And unless you're not comfortable with it, a white linen pocket square with a simple TV fold would work well in all of these.

Hope you post more!
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@UrbanComposition
, that might be the very first time I have seen a pair of Sutor Mantellassi shoes posted on WAYWRN. And yet it's a classic house with a long history.

Nice stuff.
They have several lines that range all over the place. Time was here on the forum you'd see them worn by Sator and others. They pump out garbage for sure, but make phenomenal stuff as well.
The only other pair of loafers I have are unlined Alden's LSM. Quite blobby and heavy in comparison to these, but charming in their own way.
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First linen & loafers of the season. Shirt sleeves riding up a bit, but eh...
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Sutor Mantellassi

 

Spring is definitely springing. I like the whole thing, except for the shoes. They're just not to my taste. Thumbed.

 

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Gorgeous jacket!

 

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Spring is here!!! Some tweeds in action :D 

 

 

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My family had West Highland White terriers when I was young. Wonderful dogs. Another beautiful jacket, too.

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